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  1. #11
    jons4real's Avatar
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    Nice! Gotta love the diy!
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    Senior Member SC_Dave's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by msc7898 View Post
    I got the Fabric from Duro Industries, for the Hammock i used there 1.9oz ripstop with DWR, I have a TQ and Uq in the same pattern but i used there 1.54oz ripstop, i didnt make the quilts i sent the fabric to hammock gear and they made them for me, my last attempt with a diy down stuffing Project i didnt realize that i was sitting between an air vent and return for my HVAC it came on and I ended up with Down all over my house.
    What does DWR mean?
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    All my morning aches and pains went away when I discovered hammock camping!

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    Senior Member ExPXGUY's Avatar
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    Durable Water Repellant
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  4. #14
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    Picturing all the lofty down swirling around your house - ha!!
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    Senior Member SC_Dave's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExPXGUY View Post
    Durable Water Repellant
    Thanks ExPXGUY, Is that like sil-nylon? IE: it's not breathable?
    All my morning aches and pains went away when I discovered hammock camping!

  6. #16
    Senior Member SGT Rock's Avatar
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    That looks very nice.
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    Very nice looking hammock.

    Just last week I treated myself to a new "thread injector." Now I'm trying to decide on what type of hammock I will "attempt" to make.
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  8. #18
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    Awesome feather storm and " thread injector" lmao . Gotta remember that

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    Very nice hammock. I was laughing because i am planning to use some down from a blanket that has been freely donating it everytime i move it. Wondering how i should transfer it without making a mess. Any ideas?

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    Wetting it "DOWN" first might make it easier but I have no experience. Might just make it a clean mess!
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